Licensed Avionic Engineer B2
What will you be doing: • Maintenance on business aviation and special mission aircraft of a variety of manufacturers. • Maintaining and releasing according the applicable EASA Part-66 and Part-145 rules and regulations. • As a team-player supporting and coaching your colleagues (maintenance mechanics)in performing maintenance. Your skillset: • As a maintenance engineer you have three to five years of relevant experience as a certifier in the business aviation segment. • You have a valid Part-66 B2 license with a type rating on a business jet. • Wanting to work in a motivated team in which flexibility, autonomy, team spirit and pro-activity is required. • Able to work in a flexible 2-shift working schedule. • Good communication skills. • Knowledge of the English Language in word and writing.